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In HuffPost Food & Drink’s series Consumed, we’ll shine a light on Americans’ obsession with food, one topic at a time. December focuses on drinks and entertaining.
“The sooner a guest finds their item, the happier they will be,” said Gregg Rapp, a menu engineer.
It's been around forever, but now it indulges our current food trends: heritage grains, broth culture and “putting an egg on it.”
Today, you can find sabich on Israeli menus everywhere, including here in America, and for good reason: It’s the OG breakfast sandwich.
Homemade sweet potato chips, fried eggs and crispy chorizo turn regular nachos into your new favorite brunch.
Children should be a part of the conversation. (And so should all the unmarried adults who are forced to sit with them.)
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From turkey disasters to awkward family dynamics, this job is no walk in the park.
Follow these commandments to reach your full stuffing potential.
It’s every aspect of a fall dessert you want, wrapped up into a perfect square package.
They were raised differently, so it only makes sense that you need to cook them differently.
Make your Thanksgiving stress-free by making this one dish that fits into most diets.
The differences between stuffings and dressings seem to straddle geographic regions and, in some instances, racial lines.
Eat as much as you want. But these recipes will help you feel a little better afterward.
The last thing you need on Thanksgiving is a foodborne illness.
“Don’t have your kids be dressed up as pilgrims and Indians. We’re real people."
There's no other way to perfectly season your bird and guarantee that it won't dry out.
Depending on when your avocado was picked from the tree, it's possible it'll never reach peak creaminess.
Got a busy morning? These are your best friend.
Two slices of bacon contains 70 calories and 2 grams of saturated fat. So ... is that OK or not?
For specialty coffee, premium prices are essential to keeping producers in business.
Whether a yolk is dark orange or light yellow can reveal a wealth of information about a chicken's life.
In HuffPost Food & Drink’s series Consumed, we’ll shine a light on Americans’ obsession with food, one topic at a time. November is Breakfast Month.
They taste better than supermarket turkeys, and they're better for the environment and for you. But there's another reason you should eat more of them.
People didn't think much about the morning meal until the 19th century. Why are we so obsessed now?
A look into the history of this spelling-pronunciation divide.
A from-scratch, bodega-style breakfast sando just needs a few minutes steamed in a paper wrap to mimic the real thing.
Made with lowbrow sweetened condensed milk and processed white bread, this sandwich is a metaphor for how the reaching arms of colonialism stretch out to touch everything.
These recollections are just about as old as the Kmart deli's sandwich meat.
Give your grilled cheese a makeover with the help of creamy brie, crispy bacon and sweet, delicious fig jam.
Australians swear by Vegemite sandwiches for their children’s lunch boxes, and Americans could give Big Sugar the middle finger by doing the same.
Sure, you can buy sausages, ribs and cold cuts — but they're made of plant-based proteins.
We don't like seeing typical sandwiches on Instagram because they're attainable; maybe we only want what we can't have.